Below is the summary interview with bigjavan, who no longer bids for orders and works with returning customers mostly.
The journey to the top has been both long and complex. I am yet to see any competition that can be won without hard work and dedication. I had been in freelance writing for over nine years when I joined thepensters. I felt truly honored when my application was accepted. However, I must admit that the excitement and expectations that followed the acceptance soon faded away when I realized it was not a bed of roses. It was bid after bid, but none was accepted. All I wanted was to get the first order, and use it to prove my worth. When I realized my “sweet” bidding messages could not work, I turned to my bid price, and lowed it tremendously, but it bore no fruits. After three months of bidding, one client trusted me with his job, and I delivered “a masterpiece” way before deadline; that was my breakthrough.
Today, I have dedicated myself to timely delivery, the highest possible quality, 0% plagiarism, and effective communication with my clients. Being a successful freelancer may require more than the above, but lacking them is a guaranteed failure.
I have completed orders in diverse disciplines and levels of study. Currently, I prefer working on long orders like projects, proposals, thesis, dissertations, and other research papers. On average, I complete 30-150 pages in a month.
My bragging rights
I am the only writer in the company who no longer bid on orders; I wait for return customers. What’s more, I have the pleasure of turning down jobs if I know I will not deliver the highest possible quality. My results speak for themselves; I am the best-rated writer! 4.88/5.00